Golden opportunity for selection of best blacks as Angus steer trials start.
By replacing labour and time-consuming tasks with technology, your herd is closely monitored at all times and you get the most accurate cow data for informed and data-driven decisions. Here are 3 important tasks, ready to be automated.
Clarence Valley graziers Marg and Dave GIllespies' land management work on their property has received an an extra boost in the annual Gallagher Landcare Fencing Grants program.
When Warren and Meg Salter first considered the Tru-Test Remote Walk Over Weighing Flexi Mobile, system they were running an 18,000-head cattle feedlot turning over 60-80,000 head a year.
Weather conditions can sometimes be so harsh that trees aren't enough to protect your herd, especially for high production cows. It's just one of the many reasons to consider a dairy barn.
Another rearing season is approaching, and MaxCare business manager Tom Newton said getting pre-weaning nutrition right will go a long way towards achieving your growth targets.
Broxy the border collie has joined the team at Ipswich Grammar School with an important job - to use his doggy intuition and nature to help support the boys who call the school's boarding house home.
Darwin's showpiece cattle export facility, the Berrimah Export Yards, proved to be the perfect setting for last week's future-focused launch of a new agricultural supply chain project in strategic development and northern innovation by Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud.
The ANZ division of FMC's global business is pursuing a bold ambition to ensure 50 per cent of its workforce is female by 2027.
An exceptionally uniform draft of 140 bulls has been catalogued for the 20th anniversary of the MAGS Droughtmaster Sale on November 12, at the Dalrymple Saleyards, Charters Towers.